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Humans are Aggressive: Could ‘Moral Enhancement’ technologies change this?

Cohen Marcus Lionel Brown, University of Wollongong. It’s a mistake to think problematic aggression is limited to those with psychiatric disorders. Healthy people have also the capacity for impulsive violence – and resulting “morally” poor behaviour. Traditionally, moral development has… Continue Reading →

Did the Morrison Government Really Prevent 40,000 COVID Deaths?

Simon Eckermann: University of Wollongong. As an opening gambit to his re-election campaign, Prime Minister Scott Morrison claimed his handling of the pandemic had saved 40,000 lives. This figure compares Australia over 2020 and 2021 with an average derived across… Continue Reading →

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